Shen Peng, the founder of insurance tech platform Waterdrop Inc., said at a forum in Singapore that when exploring overseas markets, Chinese companies cannot copy China's prevailing "996" work culture – a 12 hours per day, six days per week working schedule.
Regarding recent reports, Chinese medical treatment crowdfunding platform Waterdrop responded that the so-called intermediaries were operated by some malicious third-party commercial organizations.
Waterdrop, a platform dedicated to insurance and healthcare service, today reported a net operating revenue YoY increase of 38.0% to 939.4 million yuan ($145.5 million) in the second quarter of this year.
Chinese online insurance company Waterdrop Inc. delivered its financial report for the first quarter of 2021, marking its first earnings release as a public company.
In last week’s China VC news: Shenezhen-based robotic automation startup Youibot raises 100 million yuan, crypto services provided Babel Finance bags a $40 million Series A and insurtech firm Yuanbao capitalizes on competitor Waterdrop’s IPO by raising a 1 billion yuan Series C round.
Chinese online insurance technology company Waterdrop Inc. said it will focus on expanding its user base in China’s lower-tier cities and growing its online insurance business.
In last week’s VC news, Shanghai-based semiconductor developer InnoStar Semiconductor raises a hefty pre-A round, medtech startup StoneWise completes two back-to-back rounds totalling $100 million and medical insurance firm Waterdrop prepares for listing in New York.
Chinese online medical insurance startup Waterdrop Inc. on April 17 formally submitted a prospectus to the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), in preparation for an initial public offering (IPO) at the New York Stock Exchange under the label of "WDH".
Leading online InsurTech company Waterdrop Inc. is reported to be in full preparation for a U.S. initial public offering (IPO) in the next quarter.
This week two prominent Chinese online education players received considerable capital injections, while crowdfunding platform Waterdrop and China’s “Uber for trucks” Manbang also received significant investment.
Chinese online InsurTech company Waterdrop Inc. is planning for an initial public offering in the US in the first quarter of 2021, expected to raise approximately $500 million.
Artificial meat company Starfield nets a $10 million series A, who currently offers nearly 20 artificial meat product titles.
This is arguably the world’s largest financing round in the online InsurTech industry so far this year.
Chinese Tencent-backed insurance tech company Waterdrop Inc. announced that it has raised roughly $200 million at a valuation of approximately $2 billion, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Waterdrop Inc. has raised around $200 million to fund its expansion in healthcare crowdfunding, at a valuation of approximately $2 billion.